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Interior's Ken Salazar testified before the Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on the Cobell v. Salazar lawsuit.

Government settles century-old tribal claims for $1 billion

Tribes alleged federal mismanagement of land trusts.

A tourist watches the sunrise near Hawaii's Lanikai Beach.

GSA Roundup: Relocation to paradise; congressional jockeying; the other conferences

Daily highlights in the wake of GSA’s extravagant conference spending.

IRS likely to get temporary commissioner when Shulman leaves

Election-year uncertainty works against long-term appointment, observers say.

GSA staff told to do better at reporting abuses

Employees asked to share anything that ‘doesn’t seem right.’

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., has set an April 27 deadline for GSA to hand over more details about its bonus program.

GSA Roundup: Vegas out; doing great things; more bonuses; stolen iPods

Daily highlights in the wake of GSA’s extravagant conference spending.

Federal Feng Shui

Rearranging your workspace with a few principles in mind can bring tranquility and positive energy.

Acting Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks outlines her agency’s transformation.

How the public printer is doing more with less

Changing mission and resource constraints require tough decisions on pay, benefits, hiring and travel.

The Tao of Bubba Watson

The Master's champion seems like a guy who enjoys and savors life.

Power struggle at watchdog agency could undermine nuclear-plant safety

Lawmakers overseeing the Nuclear Regulatory Commission continue to raise questions about whether it is functioning effectively.

Census Bureau director resigns

Robert Groves accepts provost position at Georgetown University.